Women over 50 have been relatively slow to embrace weight training despite proven benefits for the body and brain. Here’s how they can start to change that.
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Researchers from Cambridge University have discovered a connection between weight bearing exercise and improved cognitive brain function in older women. This fascinating article provides more good reasons to keep up our workouts and add weights. Let me know about what you think about this new study! Thais
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